Showcase your Whidbey Island home
Aerial videos and snapshots let you see your home and its surroundings like never before. Now you can have a beautiful visual record which is also useful for:
Evaluating or marketing your real estate property
Planning projects to enhance your landscaping, buildings, paths, roads
Seeing property damage and drainage problems that are not evident from the ground
Supporting an insurance claim or recovery project in the event of a tree-fall, landslide, fire, flood or other event
Monitoring the health of landscaped and native vegetation
Monitoring for change in a beach, bank or bluff
Sharing with family, friends, guests, visitors
Discussing with neighbors.
Now you have a way to see, compare and share how your home looks annually or through the seasons. Aerial Whidbey's drones are programmed for autopilot flight and camera control, so flights can be repeated in the same way and as often as desired, weather permitting. For example, a video recorded one year will have the same sequence of scenes as a video recorded the following year. A video recorded in Spring will have the same sequence of scenes as a video recorded in Winter.
Aerial Whidbey uses visible-light cameras and a special infrared camera that highlights your healthy plants while revealing those in poor condition due to insufficient watering, poor drainage, disease or other problems.
Also, at near-ground-level, Aerial Whidbey can use a camera dolly to capture smooth videos of your deck areas and interior rooms of your main house, guest house, workshop or garage. How about a video of scenes at ground-level around your home or along paths on your property? Aerial Whidbey is developing a rough-terrain camera dolly to enable recording videos of your paths, landscaping and other features.
The videos below are just a sample of what can be recorded by an Aerial Whidbey drone camera from the air, anywhere in FAA or other approved airspace from 10' to 400' (although most flights tend to be no higher than 140 feet).
An infrared image or video can indicate where your landscape watering system is broken or insufficient. Below you can see that shades of lavender indicate levels of chlorophyll in leaves/plants. Red, black or near-white indicate non-living objects, shadows, or bodies of water (seawater can be seen in the lower left corner). The image below was recorded in mid-July, so much of the grass had turned brown.
Which season is best for showing your home?
Contact Aerial Whidbey now to get a quote!